|Mister Rogers defending PBS to the US Senate||
In 1969, Fred Rogers appeared before the United States Senate Subcommittee on Communications and spoke about the need for social and emotional education that public television provided.
|Guitar Lesson: Sweet Child O Mine - Guns 'n' Roses||
Learn the classic intro to Sweet Child O Mine by Guns 'n' Roses. Note that it is in dropped tuning, you need to tune every string down a semitone.
|Arithmetic, Population, and Energy Part 6 of 8||
This part of the lecture discusses the world's consumption and supply of oil, and how major discoveries of new oil are completely insignificant compared to world demand - they would be consumed in a m
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This MythBusters video shows that fingerprint security systems can be beaten using latex fingerprints - in less than 10 minutes.
|See video||BBC Documentary: HIV and Me (Part 3 of 12)||
Part 3 of a BBC documentary in which Stephen Fry tackles the largely forgotten world of HIV and AIDS.
|BBC Documentary: HIV and Me (Part 10 of 12)||
In Part 10 of a BBC documentary on HIV/AIDS, Stephen Fry continues his exploration of the situation in Uganda. According to World Health statistics, only one in six Ugandans have access to HIV drugs. The actual figure could be as low as 0.5 percent,
|BBC Documentary: HIV and Me (Part 11 of 12)||
Part 11 of a BBC documentary in which Stephen Fry tackles the largely forgotten world of HIV and AIDS.
|BBC Documentary: HIV and Me (Part 12 of 12)||
The final, moving part of a BBC documentary on HIV and AIDS with Stephen Fry.
|BBC Documentary: HIV and Me (Part 7 of 12)||
In Part 7 of a BBC documentary on HIV/AIDS, Stephen Fry goes to San Francisco and explores the history of HIV and the development of the first drugs which could control the virus.
|BBC Documentary: HIV and Me (Part 6 of 12)||
In Part 6 of a BBC documentary on HIV/AIDS, Stephen Fry follows a young teenage girl who was born with HIV.